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It's a heritage hotel, so expect charm, art treasures, great location rather than big-chain facilities and pools. Varanasi is shocking, and this hotel was an oasis of calm! Nice, but fairly basic room, (no hair dryer) with small but fully functional shower room/en suite. Comfy...More
Once you step in the foyer you are instantly away from the hustle and bustle of the road and the pilgrims. The is a beautiful property. The breakfast room is lovely. Upstairs there is a huge deck area but it was just too hot for...More
I loved this quaint little hotel. It has royal history that will take you back many many years. The rooms are beautifully furnished with period furniture. The meals were amazing, one of the few times I sought out the chef to thank him.
We loved this hotel! It oozes charm and friendliness.
It's ideally situated for a walk along the Ghats or a walk around local shops and back streets. The area around it was clean and felt very safe,
The room we had was full of artefacts...More
You can stand on the steps of the hotel and see the Ganges, what more can you ask for? The hotel is friendly, welcoming and safe. We were two females travelling alone and we felt 100% safe here. Our room was clean and furnished beautifully...More
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I have to say that I found India a very safe place to visit and at no time felt uncomfortable. However we were two men travelling together and therefore cannot say exactly what it is like as a female traveller although I... More
I have to say that I found India a very safe place to visit and at no time felt uncomfortable. However we were two men travelling together and therefore cannot say exactly what it is like as a female traveller although I believe my wife would have felt very comfortable if she had been travelling with me. On the whole Indians appear very respectful and I don't believe that you will have any particular problem. In respect of your belongings in your room, the hotel seemed secure but as with any sort of travel, if you can't put valuables in a safe then I would suggest you keep them on you at all times.